NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Two recent votes by the Louisiana Public Service Commission double down on anti-solar policy while boosting profits for the monopoly utility companies.…
In October, Vespa announced it was throwing their hat in with the mass of other companies increasingly offering electric modes of transportation with their Elettrica. The famous…
Why don’t institutions go all in on energy efficiency? There are a wide range of answers, but the main answer is that many take a cynical approach when weighing the value of energy efficiency investments, believing that if it seems too good to be true, it must not be. But this is increasingly becoming an outmoded way of thought. As Benjamin Franklin said “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest”.
Geothermal energy is often misunderstood. Many people hear ‘geothermal’ and they are reminded of Yellowstone and geysers that spew hot water hundreds of feet into the air because of geothermal processes. Or perhaps they think of the geothermal energy that generates electricity by using geothermal vents that come from deep below the earth’s crust. Either one would present a problem for anyone looking to heat or cool their home using geothermal. Safety aside, there would be limited opportunities to take part in geothermal energy because of geography. Thankfully, that’s not the case.
A comfortable home is a happy home, and when it comes to happiness, saving money on monthly utility bills and having a comfortable indoor climate goes a long way. It’s important to understand though, that it’s not always just what’s inside that counts.
Long considered a luxury for the wealthy but environmentally conscious. Net zero homes are becoming increasingly affordable and
Sure energy efficiency can help save on bills, but it can do a lot more for your home or business. It’s estimated that people spend roughly 90% of their time indoors, and whether it’s in a residence, at work or in schools, it’s clear that buildings are a huge part of our lives.